London sees 8888 anger

Burmese pro-democracy protestors in London yesterday used the 23rd anniversary of the 1988 uprising to focus anger at the lack of change with the new Burmese government. Hundreds gathered outside the Burmese embassy in London to voice criticism at the intransigence in Naypyidaw, while thousands more across the world took part in various ceremonies and protests to mark the deaths of more than 3,000 people killed on Burma’s streets in 1988.

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